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of knitting behind bars. it doesn't matter which of our great states folks visit. mississippi, alabama, louisiana or florida, they're gonna love it. shaul, your alabama hospitality is incredible. thanks, karen. love your mississippi outdoors. i vote for your florida beaches, dawn. bill, this louisiana seafood is delicious. we're having such a great year on the gulf, we've decided to put aside our rivalry. now is the perfect time to visit anyone of our states. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride, go fishing or just lay in the sun. we've got coastline to explore and wildlife to photograph. and there's world class dining with our world famous seafood. so for a great vacation this year, come to the gulf. its all fabulous but i give florida the edge. right after mississippi. you mean alabama. say louisiana or there's no dessert. this invitation is brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. is the same frequent heartburn treatment as prilosec otc. now with a fancy coating that gives you a burst of wildberry flavor. now why make a flavored heart
. if you look at the con fliens of great water, the mississippi river, the states of florida, the yuck tan channel. you look at the biodiversity as well as mexico you look at the challenges between what i would call the interaction of the natural world and the manmade world. it's an important part of the world but a very complex part of the world when you bring in the economic and public infrastructure down there. what you get as we an increasing population and expansion that supports that population. you have increasing interaction with the natural environment. greater doge of complexity, we start to introduce concepts like climate change and conditions of uncertainty, the level of the types of events that can occur there in terms of the order of magnitude and the consequences grows. we know the frequency is increasing. and today we're going talk a little bit about the unique area of the world from a couple of different perspectives. i would like do you think about a couple of things as we do that. the first is overriding concept of resiliency. several months ago they produced a national
across places like tennessee and kentucky and portions of mississippi and even places in the northeast dealing with some of the snow and also the freezing rain. we have freezing rain across the east. a quarter of an inch in the suburbs west of the city. we could have glaze on the roadways. snow over parts of new england. higher snowfall accumulations 3-5 inches of snow forecast. not a huge deal in terms of the snow. please be careful on the roads. lacking at freezing rain across area wesle and portions of kentucky. we have areas of plain rain across alabama and georgia. take a look at jackson that area to the north of you we have the freezing rain in jackson. temperatures holding up to show the rain refreeze. we have warnings in effect through tennessee and mississippi and northeastern portions of louisiana. talking about anywhere from 3-5 inches of snow forecast up state new york and southern new england into the state of maine. less than two-thirds of the country very chilly. 29 in dallas otherwise in florida on the warm side. 67 in tampa. >>> it is time now for stories you can bank
as mississippi. farther north, including upstate new york, the storm dumped several inches of snow overnight and in some states it is still coming down. meteorologist janice dean is live. where is it going? >> it is going up to the northeast and we'll see a new storm system but extreme weather center living up to its name. nashville, 35, almost 50 degree difference in savannah. 52 in montgomery. 35 in jackson, mississippi. we'll talk about you in just a second. stationary front that has the warm air behind it. cold air and then we've got the mixing. just around the new york city area, driving could be tricky heading home. be extra careful north of new york, few inches of snow on the ground. we'll continue to monitor that. trace, let's talk about what is going to happen tomorrow. >> you know, jd, i'm concerned but i want to ask you two questions, what is going to happen tomorrow but i hear cold and hot coming up, you think volatile weather. any chance of that? >> we're not going to see severe weather, but because we have cold air at the surface it freezes on the contact. we could see potentia
. right after mississippi. you mean alabama. say louisiana or there's no dessert. this invitation is brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. officeyour business needs...k... at prices that keep you...out of the red. this week get a bonus $15 itunes gift card with any qualifying $75 ink purchase. find thousands of big deals now... at officemax. with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly several months. so, if the duck isn't able to work, how will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car payments? aflac. what about gas and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubt he'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the aflac duck a get-well card at getwellduck.com. [ticking] >> one of the threats from the great recession was the sudden surge in the number of abandoned houses. vacant homes have become so ruinous to some neighborhoods that one city, cleveland, decided it had to find
, the mississippi river, the straits of florida you look at the diversity in the gulf of mexico. then look at the challenges between, what i call the interaction between the man-made world and the natural world. this is a very important part of the world but also a very complex part of the world. what you get as we have an increasing population and expension of the infrastructure you have increasing interaction with the natural environment, greater degrees of complexity. when you introduce challenges like climate change and uncertainty, the level of the types of events that can occur there in terms of the magnitude and consequences grows. we know the frequency is increasing. we're going to talk about this unique area of the world from a couple of different perspectives. i would like you to think about a couple of things as we do this. this concept of restill yantcy. -- resiliantcy. having done many, many months in the gulf of several different disasters and crisis that were down there i came to think of resiliantcy similar to the human immune system. the pre-existing conditions are not cr
to the northeast. many areas are under an ice storm warning, and tennessee and mississippi, ice-covered roads have caused several accidents. residents have been advised to avoid unnecessary travel. >>> apparently a soon-to-be televised con investigation from lance armstrong isn't enough. in an interview with oprah winfrey, the disgraced cyclist admitted using performance-enhancing drugs but the justice department has turned down an offer of a $5 million restitution payment in zpanch for fraud. and a world lifetime ban. we have more on his admission. >> reporter: oprah winfrey gave "cbs this morning" some details about her much anticipated exclusive interview with lance armstrong. >> and the answers that people around the world have been waiting to hear were answered and certainly answered -- i can onto say i was satisfied by the answer. >> reporter: arm strong was stripped of his seven tour de france titles after the anti-world doping agency found evidence that he took performance-enhancing drugs. >> we heard the evidence. we heard the stories from the athletes a
going through new england. it hit mississippi yesterday. a lot of schools are cancelled. airports are doing okay. old ripple effect across the country. so farther not doing too bad and the next couple of hours that snow will be gone. in the west barely a cloud in sight. just very cold. huge area of high pressure. it's like a big dome. doesn't allow any weather systems to come near you. at night with calm winds it gets very chilly. some clouds spilling into wyoming and montana. high pressure of idaho will keep all the stormy weather away for a long time. maybe for the foreseeable future. as far as temperatures go a little bit of wind chill in a few spots but for the most part just very chilly, temperatures like the last couple of days struggling this morning but with sunshine this afternoon it will feel a lot and the coast with fog end up in the 30s. just taking a look at the extended forecast for seattle. five days from now still looking sunny and nice. 40. >> some of that stuff in the east coming from the west which they were experiencing earlier in the week. straight ahead a la
frontal que genera fuertes lluvias sobre mississippi, las carolinas. por delante de este sistema tenemos aun temperaturas cálidas, pero por detras frío que genera hielo en las carreteras. en la gran manzana oeste de nueva york esperen nieve y las carreteras con hielo. jueves este sistema se mueve hacia el atlantico. hacia el fin de semana vemos bastante tranquilidad, regresan las temperaturas en el rango de los 70 grados para mañana en los Ángeles. hoy tuvimos una maxima de 61 grados. pero por aquí viene el terror, los Ángeles 44, san francisco 38 el norte del país 24 huston 34. es todo, y estamos entrando en la era de acuario. esto podría influenciarnos. >>a nivel galáctico estamos teniendo un cambio astronomico. no es un cambio cultural, social, la nueva era es un cambio astronomico. >>esto da origen al llamado amanecer galáctico. dicen que el sol central emitio un impulso de luz que se repite cada 20 mil años. >>es una energía que nos da capacidad de crear, lo que pienses se va a dar con más fácilidad. pero dicen los canalizadores de energía, a cada nacimiento le proced
felt like i just came out of a mississippi sheriff's office". it was grim, grim. and there is a lesson in that. issue careful what you wish for and be careful what criticize and who you criticize because you maybe wearing it. i responded to the mayor's request. we eventually had marine corps personnel and conducting recovery and rescue and we rescued all kinds of people from the collapsed freeway and we brought an aircraft carrier in here and took the heat off of the city and took 500 homeless people on the aircraft carrier for a week. it was a wonderful exercise in taking care of the more fragile among us. anyway fast forward three and a half years newly elected mayor he asks me to be the director of emergency services and i really didn't want to do it because of what i have seen and he went to my house and my wife wanted to. >> >> live in san francisco so my goose was cooked. i took over the job and i planned to return to the east coast. there was one staff member, no vehicles, no money, no nothing, and through the good efforts of a director of public wo
. the beneficiaries that are targeted underserved communities in louisiana, mississippi, alabama, and the florida panhandle. there are four components to this. the first is a program serving the developing improved community health programs. it is run by louisiana public health institute joined with the alliance institute which is a community-based organization. there is a mental and behavioral health program which has louisiana state university, southern mississippi university, the university of south alabama and the university of west florida. there is a literacy program which includes a washington- based group. that's got the literacy aimed at the literacy of the community and the community workers and those involved in with community activism and community projects. finally, there is a community health worker training program that is based at the university of south alabama. the overall goal here is one where resilience comes up in the language all the time but the resilience is very much in keeping with what we would do in public health. yesterday there was a meeting held at e.p.a. by the e.
's steven polazzo of mississippi. he said after touring the area it reminded him of how katrina hurt the district that he now represents. i guess some of those 179 republicans might actually have benefitted from seeing the damage for themselves before they voted. >> yeah. they have an idea of what they think the northeast is. it goes back to age old countryside versus city rivalry. so they think everything is manhattan. when they actually -- when he actually toured it and saw these are americans just like people in mississippi that they also need help. and, you know, the republicans would be wise to remember they're on the winning end of a very good deal here. if the federal government just vanished, the northeast would become richer and the south would become poorer. because there is a large transfer of wealth in tax dollars from the north down to the south. so why they would want to mess with that arrangement is beyond me. >> professor michael eric dyson and ryan grim whose office enjoys watching our broadcast even as he speaks to us, thanks very much. much more ahead. but first su
in mississippi and alabama and california and all over and tom was one of those people. he was sent to texas to handle a very significant hate crime case when he was a young lawyer that involved a gang of white supremacists that went on a killing spree and ended up shooting 3 people and killing one when he was a young lawyer working in the civil rights division. he later served as a top deputy for attorney general janet reno, he was special counsel to ted kennedy and served as the president's advisor on civil rights issues. he was also director for civil rights at the department of human health services. tom, you will find, is passion ate and committed to equality and justice for everyone. tom, more than anyone i know, makes every single day in his life matter, whether it's focused on anti-bullying work, voting rights, disability rights, housing rights, the eighth amendment, immigration, hate crimes or human trafficking. tom cares about all of those issues to his core and he works every day to make the world a better place. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome assistant attorney general
the ice in mississippi. it's now warmer there. slowly improving. overnight we had a little ice in tennessee. temperatures warmed up now. so we're not so much dealing with too many problems in areas around nashville and also into louisville and lexington. much of west virginia is warming up. they're mostly dealing with rain. travel on the east coast today, the airports will be a mess in all areas of the northeast today, especially new york city up into boston. philadelphia airports dealing with rain. a lot of rain later today especially in areas of georgia. some rain will push into virginia and washington, d.c., and baltimore and maryland areas. as far as the total accumulations go with this storm, we're mostly looking at a three to five inch event across new england. south coast of new england will be dealing mostly with sleet and mixing in with a little snow. only zero to an inch. and in areas of central connecticut, probably two to three inches. four inches across the catskills. again, not a blockbuster snow event. the timing of this on a full day of work and school for so ma
'll have a great time. especially in alabama. you mean mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who ca the gulf home. martha: we're watching a very bizarre situation. somewhere around 3:00 this morning a woman fell between a building and a cinder block wall in portland, oregon. she was there three hours before somehow discovered. perhaps the morning commute was starting, somebody might have heard her. there is a huge effort to get her out of there, wedged in about a 12 inch space we understand it. her feet are not touching the ground, according to some reports. she is literally hanging wedged between the two walls. they have opened up a section of the wall so they can see her is our understanding and she can see them which has to be huge relief for her. we're watching this rescue effort. it is, we expect that, you know, we're going to see them pull her out shortly. bill: that's right. this reporter is terrific by the way. kptv out of portland, oregon. she had a lieutenant, was it collins did she say during the commercial break. if
-mail, one from the governor of mississippi, one from a sheriff in lynn county, oregon. both saying that the white house is exploiting this opportunity to try to crack down on the second amendment and they will do what they can do both fight this and resist enforcement of any of the president's executive actions. the governor of mississippi saying he's asked his lieutenant governor and his house speaker to see what they can do to prevent any of these executive actions from taking effect in the state of mississippi. now, as gloria said, there's an organization on the democratic side to mobilize an effort against that and to spread the word and i can tell you that that will begin as soon as tomorrow. organizing for america is involved in many of the grassroots groups, but the white house can't coordinate with them. so it's sort of a defuse effort that has to take place out in the country by these groups separate from the white house. one other point i'd make, wolf, which is that we're told in terms of new moneys going to gun safety efforts, the white house is asking for some approxima
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of the rush hour. the storm extends from the southeast to northeast. we warmed up in mississippi and tennessee. we're not concerned about a lot of ice there. the issues are from central pennsylvania to new york city northward. your temperatures are about 35 to 36. no problems there. just rain and wet conditions. you notice new york city right at 32. boston at 32. providence at the freezing line. it's all areas pretty much away from coastal new england are getting snow. i heard the snow is pretty hard right now in areas of connecticut. so the worst travel on 84 also on 95 traveling through southern new england. more or less a light snow but still slippery from albany to boston all the way there on the maps. scranton there right around 28 degrees. so that is the travel trouble spot. by the time it's said and done, by the evening rush hour in massachusetts, could end up with two to three inches there from providence to boston. just north of boston maybe around four inches. springfield, 5. the forecast today, major problems. travel this morning with the airlines also. it will slowly improve from 4
as well as the lower mississippi valley. the radar is lighting up with rain. you can see the wintry mix. as we zoom in for you, for areas like eastern tennessee as well as into kentucky, you'll be dealing with that wintry mix. we are seeing thing things clearing out to the west and down towards the south, including parts of alabama as well as into georgia, including atlanta. heavy rainfall some of these locations we're talking another one to two inches of rainfall. up to the north, snow is going to be the big story. we're already getting that report for areas like new york as well as into central parts of connecticut as well as into pennsylvania. as we help you time this out for you, for the ice storm warning, it will really come to an end about 6:00 a.m. central time for areas including parts of the lower mississippi valley. and for regions like pittsburgh as well as into parts of new york, we're talking some snow and beewe're also talking winte weather advisory until 4:00 p.m. some of these locations will pick up two to four inches of snow and look for parts of boston, we'll be lookin
and alabama and mississippi in katrina. what was done in joplin, missouri. what was done in the floods in iowa. we don't expect anything more than that, but we will not accept anything less. and if they want to make new rules about disasters, well, they picked the wrong state to make the new rules with. >> that's jersey talking. joining me now is new york congressman steve israel, congressman from new york who represents areas hard hit by superstorm sandy. steve, thank you so much, congressman, for coming on. >> sure, chris. >> you're a partisan democrat, fair enough. let's talk about this issue as a national thing. why new york, i thought they got great media coverage, when you have a baseball star in new york, they're national figures, just huge, but yet this time i do think that the media is undercut. i'm as guilty as anybody for not seeing what's right in front of our eyes, and for some reason it hasn't gotten the pictures on tv as much as, you know, katrina did. i have learned on the ground what it's like. there's some pictures we're showing now, and it ain't going away. this is a horror
. 179 republicans in the house vote against it including people from louisiana, mississippi, alabama and gulf states y. did it become so politicize and have a hard time getting through? >> i don't know. maybe it's because it's the first time that we had disaster relief of a large amount since this congress got elected. certainly there was a list of something like 67 members and asked for and voted for and demanded the rein their states for natural disasters hit in the midwest and the gulf coast and so forth and refused to vote for it now. no rational answer to that. i like to believe it's not because they are prejudice against new york or the northeast. it's hard to reach such say conclusion. >> thank you so much for joining us. >> you're welcome. >> earlier in the show we showed you a portion of the controversial ad focusing on the president's daughters. it's also generating a ton of talk on the facebook page right now. tommy mars et said i hope the good members who are members of the lobby will not renew. nra equals nothing reasonable allowed. let us know what you are thinking. up
: booyah, jim, in baton rouge, louisiana. >> holy cow, lsu. >> caller: actually, mississippi state. >> just so you know, i'm going down to new orleans for? a couple of weeks for guess what? >> caller: mardi gras. >> no, super bowl. >> caller: oh, yeah. >> okay. >> caller: leap frog, top ten toy of 2012. toys r us announced their tablet back in september, there has been a short interest, it's leap pad two and leap pad sold out multiple times over christmas. nice run, do you see the run continuing back up? >> too dicey a stock for me. disappointed so many times. a nice move up. i had take a pass and i'm not going to leap the frog here. >> don't buy here. >> i feel it's gone up enough. >>> let's go to rick in kentucky. >> caller: hey, mr. cramer, how are you? >> i'm fine, mr. rick. how are you? >> caller: i'm good. i spoke to you in early december about cabela's, and it's up 7% or 8% since we talked and i've been very happy about that and appreciate your good advice, but i feel like we're in the early inning of this game, maybe third or fourth inning, like their expansion plans, picked a great
of mississippi claiming the president is anti-constitutional and vowing to pass a state law overriding the white house. rush limbaugh, accusing the president of using kids as human shields. but the lowest of the low was that video put out by the nra. dragging the president's children into the debate. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? and why is he skeptble about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are prikted by armed guards at their school? >> the nra really can't understand why the president's children received protection? the white house called that video repugnant and cowardly. the nra just doesn't understand how the tragedy at sandy hook changed america. today, on capital hill, the school superintendent moved people to tears as she talked about the terrible moments after the shooting. >> the true horror came as tharnts came running to their children. we began to realize we didn't have enough children. there were parents without children. >> parents without children. that's what we're talking about. and that's why the president took bold, decisive action
get rid of the andreas fault? mississippi's in a drought. you think you're not going to have a flood again? who you going to come to when you have these things? >> obviously he passionately feels differently than you do, sir. how do you respond to his point? >> well, a couple things. our goal is to make sure the money we spend actually gets to those that need it. also, the earlier vote last week about flood insurance, we have a program that's hemorrhaging and needs to be reformed to make sure it works. but one thing to note is according to the congressional budget office, 80% of these funds won't be spent for two years. so we don't have to spend those today or authorize those today. we just want to make certain the money gets to those in need and it does in a proper wayen and me sure it goes in the course that gives people full opportunity to comment to see how the money's going to be spent. >> much of what you say makes a lot of sense but of course, usually when there's disaster relief aid it comes very quickly. this has frustrated your colleagues from new york and new jersey and ne
, congratulations, did you get rid of the andreas fault, mississippi you think you are not going to have a flood again? who do you come to when you have these things. >> he obviously feels differently than you do. how do you respond to his point. >> a couple of things is to make sure the money we spend gets to those who need it. the earlier vote about flood insurance, we have a program that is hemorrhaging and needs to be reformed. one thing to note. according to the congressional budget office, 80% of the funds won't spent for two years. we don't hav to authorize or spend those today. we want to be certain the money gets to those in need and make sure it goes through the course to get people to comment to see how the money will be spent. >> much of what you say makes a lot of sense. when there is disaster relief aid it comes quickly and this frustrated your colleagues from new york, new jersey, new england. governor christie has been vocal about sandy aid. he called out john boehner directly. i want to ask you the question this way, especially since you are from kansas, in new york, new jersey
through mississippi and alabama. so we'll be watching that one closely here at the weather channel. 42 degrees by thursday in atlanta, nearly 20 degrees colder. 28 in chicago. only 17 in minneapolis. we're still pretty mild as the air builds back in across the southern plains. 55 in dallas, 60 in houston. how about 73 in los angeles. another clipper system moves through on friday. we're quieting down across much of the east but that will bring light scattered snow across the great lakes and into the upper midwest here. that will be the trend on saturday also. looking dry for the southeast, much colder air in place. 35 in louisville, 24 in chicago, only 40 in new york city on sunday. snowshowers east of the lakes through the interior part of the northeast there on sunday. and on monday looks pretty quiet for the majority of the country. but a lot of cold temperatures on the map. remember you can get the latest forecast week day mornings on the weather channel wake up with al at 5:30. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm
was done for louisiana and alabama and mississippi and if they want to make new rules about disasters, they picked the wrong state to make the new rules with. >> and yesterday, new york congressman peter king, who berated boehner when he failed to bring the bill up at the end of the last congress, ignored the divisions within his party, saying time for recriminations is over. >> i'm proud to stand here today with all of us united. now, maybe your divisions to vote, but all of us are committed to getting this done. i want to thank the chairman of the rules committee, mr. sessions, for the great job they've done in bringing it here, with a fair rule, and allowing for an up and down vote. >> one more thing that's significant, supporters of the sandy bill beat back an amendment from mulvaney which would have offset a large portion of the aid with across the board cuts from other spending. >> this amendment is not about day. this amendment is not about offering a poisoned pill to the underlaying bill. we've mismanaged our own finances to the point where we are now no longer capable of taki
, mississippi, stopped a shooting in its tracks. that's how you stop it, not cowering in fear waiting 10, 15, 20 minutes. >> the question occurs, is it over the line for the nra to put up a web video addressing the issue of the president's children having secret service protection? >> why is it over the line for the nra to talk about children but not over the line for the president to bring in children? that's the disconnect. >> because the parents who are with those children in the white house complex today brought their children, their children wrote to the president, and they were voluntarily becoming part of this political debate. children of presidents have been off limits for decades. >> unless they are, i suppose, republican children of presidents. there's a big double standard. >> jenna and barbara bush and other children have not been -- >> let's talk about the bush children. they were hounded. their two girls, they sure were. let's talk about the double standard. >> in a political ad from a lobbying group, sir? >> the double standard is in the 15-block area of capitol hill, there's 1,8
mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. >>> president obama's inaugural parade will feature eight floats including a hawaii float to honor his birthplace, an illinois float to honor the first lady's home state and a kenyan float just to mess with republicans. why not? it's a parade. everyone loves a parade. >> bill clinton answers a question about hillary clinton's health and her plans for the future and thoughts about what lies ahead for their relationship. >> she's always been very, very healthy. and she has very low blood pressure, very low standing heart beat. i tell her she's still got time to have three more husbands after me. whenever i am stubborn about something in her constant quest at my self-improvement, she refers to me as her first husband. because i told her once she was going to live to be 120 and have time for plenty more. >> critics laughed. they can laugh, but it works. not just big bill's pattern there but the whole thing. the whole clinton thing. it works. just think about it. the secreta
a frontal boundary stalled out from the mid-atlantic through the lower mississippi valley. wide range of temperatures here ahead of it. temperatures this morning in the 50s, near 60s, but 20s back on into the plains. that cold air remains at the surface. warm air aloft. that continues to keep freezing rain in place across especially eastern kentucky here. ice storm warnings ongoing. many spots have already seen a half inch of ice accumulating on power lines, on trees. that could leave some power outages and certainly slick spots on the roadways. take your time as you head out and about this morning. this while we're dealing with snow from pennsylvania up through new england. many spots 1 to 3 inches of accumulation. back to you. >> thanks, jim. >>> and 79 days after hurricane sandy slammed the northeast, lawmakers in the house have approved about $50 billion of additional relief for the region. the vote 241-180 passed mostly behind democratic support. on storm ravaged staten island, homes that cannot be salvaged are coming down. >> just so many great memories. we all grew up in this h
mississippi, alabama, maybe georgia, winter is coming back. >> we know all about it. andrew was late this morning because winter was here. >> that is true. >> george washington bridge was not my friend this morning. >> we heard that you were not even on the bridge yet. they closed -- >> they closed -- apparently the bridge was shut down for a while. >> the upper level or lower level -- >> the west side highway of also having problems. we were literally going backwards on the highway. to see try to get out. >> bad. i have 33 miles. it was bad. it was bad. >> sleety and bad. >> okay. >>> let's talk banks. financial leaders coming together today at the annual meeting of the securities industry and financial markets association, commonly known as sifma. joining us, chad helk, ceo of the global private client group at raymond james financial, also the chairman of sifma. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what's on tap today? >> today's actually not the annual meeting. we're having a briefing with member of the press to talk about what's up in the agenda for this year. and what's on
an ice storm warning in effect across northeastern portions of louisiana through mississippi, up into tennessee for the rest of the morning. >>steve: thank you very much. meanwhile speaking of ice, he was stranded for hours on an icy colorado lake but a brave park ranger saved this deer life by walking on to the frozen water with nothing but a rope. paerbg ranger todd taylor joins us live. take us back in time to thursday over by the cooler's plant in colorado. passersby saw a deer in the middle of the lake. what did you decide to do? >> after responding, i met with the colorado park and wildlife officials. the deer was out on the ice approximately 200 yards from the shoreline. we met and were trying to think of strategies of the best way to get the deer off the ice. >>steve: we've got a picture of you approaching him. you're in an orange suit. tell me what that ice rescue suit does. >> the ice rescue suit basically keeps me warm should i fall into the water. it also is rigged with ropes for safety to be pulled to shore if i need assistance. >>steve: as we look at this picture, i
: tony, olive branch, mississippi. republican. hi, tony. caller: good morning. how you doing, senator? guest: where is olive branch? caller: it's down across the street from memphis, tennessee -- mississippi. guest: i've been across the bridge there. host: what's your question or comment? caller: my deal is when you talk about congress and everybody is looking at discretionary spending, i beg it differ. we're funding the rhino but we can't take care of grandma. we're rebuilding mosques over in other foreign countries and yet little martha has to worry about her dad losing her dad and being out on the street and being homeless. we're not cutting we should be cutting. we send money to countries in south america and other places to improve their water system. so think about pipe in china and equipment in other countries and say, we'll do the labor. the government is sending more money overseas that should be cut. host: all right, tony, we'll get a response. guest: i don't know the last figure -- i tell everybody i once ran -- helped to run the foreign aid agency of this country in the ca
warnings and the freezing rain advisories extending back into portions of tennessee and into mississippi as well. you can see the pink on the map there on the radar. we are still seeing freezing rain. it makes the roads very slippery, and driving conditions are treacherous in that area. then it transitions over into snow. it's coming down pretty heavily up through boston, stretching right back into providence, rhode island. lighter outside of 495 in that area, but it is still making a mess of the roadways, and we are looking within 24 hours to see about 3 to 6 inches in that a a area. the lighter shade of blue there is a 24-hour snow total, and everywhere else across the northeast basically from northern maine right down to northern pennsylvania, even northern new jersey, we are looking for about 1 to 3 inches. so it is going to be a very slippery morning commute all across the northeast. sa vvanna savannah? >> thank you. president obama will unveil his new recommendations for gun control this morning in the tragedy of newtown, connecticut. and the national rifle association is already
blue dog democrats from south carolina and mississippi and louisiana and north carolina and virginia. they are gone. the democrats have changed. the democrats are far more uniformly liberal is a party than they were when you were the majority party, certainly when it came to the house. even most recently. is it all one side that changes? >> no, i looked over the ways and means when i entered in the next two years. i did that yesterday. that will give us a change in both democrats and republicans. i regret what has happened. i think that redistricting has very much diminished competition. in the '90s i was in a marginal seat and had four contested elections. we were talking yesterday about some of the advertisements that we ran in those contested elections. i think we need more of them. let me be very clear about what my feeling is. there has been some change in the democratic ranks. compared to the republican ranks, i think there has been considerably less change. i regret that there aren't more food also than our brains. but i think the main obstacle to solving the debt ceiling cris
, alabama, mississippi, louisiana, north carolina and virginia. they're gone. democrats are changed. it's an essay question that there's a gulf between the two parties. democrats are far more uniform to the pool party and when you were the majority party. cert when you came came to the house and even most recently. so was that on one side change? >> no mark, it is a novel insight, but i look to the roster of ways and means when i entered in the next two years. i did that yesterday. and there's been a change in the composition with the democrats and republicans. and i regret what's happened. i think redistrict teen has really very much diminished competition. in the 90s, i was in a marginals he then had four contested elections. a few of us were talking yesterday about some of the ads they ran in this contested election. they were difficult. i think we need more of them. but let me be very clear about what my feeling is. there have been some change in the democratic ranks, but compared to the republican ranks, i think there has been considerably less change. i regret that there are far b
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been declared in tennessee. ice and it's rough going in northern caused mississippi where scattered power outages and flooding are >>> another cold start, you've got clear skies, looking toward the pleasanton area, sunshine coming our way, the temperatures though starting out cold inland, 20s and 30s again, 40s as you make your way into san francisco and pacifica. by the afternoon enjoying warmer weather, maybe a couple 60s popping up around the bay area, if we're lucky. plenty of sunshine to the coastline, staying dry, the next five to seven days. >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by nutella. breakfast never tasted so good. >>> first he disappeared. then he admitted indiscretion. this morning after scandal brought him down former south carolina governor mark sanford tries to rebuild his shattered political career. we'll show you the job he has in mind and hear jenny sanford's advice for her ex-husband. >>> and walmart makes an offer to america's veterans. when you get out of uniform, come and work for us. we'll get reaction from two
, alabama, south carolina, mississippi, louisiana, north carolina and virginia. they're gone. the democrats have changed. i mean, isn't this a question that there's a gulf between the two parties? the democrats are far more uniformly liberal party than they were when you were the majority party, certainly when you came to the house and even most recently. so is it all one side, the change? >> no, mark, it isn't all one side. but, you know, i looked over the roster of ways and means when i entered in the next two years, i did that yesterday. and there's been a change in the composition both of democrats and republicans. and i regret what's happened. i think redistricting has really very much diminished competition. in the '90s i was in a marginal seat and had four contested elections. a few of us were talking yesterday about some of the ads that we ran in those contested elections. they were difficult. i think we need more of them. but, mark, let me be very clear about what my feeling is. there has been some change in the republican -- in the democratic ranks, but compared to the republican
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